Laser–Based Additive Manufacturing – Modeling, Simulation and Experiments

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Explore laser-based additive manufacturing processes via multi-scale modeling and computer simulation

In Laser-Based Additive Manufacturing: Modeling, Simulation and Experiments, a distinguished team of researchers delivers an incisive framework for understanding materials processing using laser-based additive manufacturing (LAM). The book describes the use of computational modeling and simulation to explore and describe the LAM technique, to improve the compositional, phase, and microstructural evolution of the material, and to enhance the mechanical, chemical, and functional properties of the manufactured components.

The accomplished authors combine a comprehensive overview of multi-scale modeling and simulation with experimental and practical observations, offering a systematic review of laser-material interactions in advanced LAM processes. They also describe the real-world applications of LAM, including component processing and surface functionalization.

In addition to explorations of residual stresses, three-dimensional defects, and surface physical texture in LAM, readers will also find:

  • A thorough introduction to additive manufacturing (AM), including the advantages of AM over conventional manufacturing and the challenges involved with using the technology
  • A comprehensive exploration of computation materials science, including length- and time-scales in materials modeling and the current state of computational modeling in LAM
  • Practical discussions of laser-material interaction in LAM, including the conversion of light energy to heat, modes of heat dissipation, and the dynamics of the melt-pool
  • In-depth examinations of the microstructural and mechanical aspects of LAM integrated with modeling

Perfect for materials scientists, mechanical engineers, and physicists, Laser-Based Additive Manufacturing: Modeling, Simulation and Experiments is perfect for anyone seeking an insightful treatment of this cutting-edge technology in the areas of alloys, ceramics, and composites.

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ISBN-13: 9783527347919
ISBN-10: 3527347917
Pagini: 304
Dimensiuni: 176 x 254 x 21 mm
Greutate: 0.73 kg
Editura: Wiley Vch
Locul publicării: Weinheim, Germany

Notă biografică

Narendra B. Dahotre is Regents Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas, USA. Prior to his current position, he held joint faculty appointments with Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He has been recognized for the pioneering contributions to fundamental understanding and engineering of laser materials interactions along with implementation of high-power lasers in materials processing and advanced manufacturing with primary emphasis on surface engineering, additive manufacturing, and machining. Mangesh V. Pantawane is Research Assistant in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas, USA. He has been conducting research on the fundamental understanding of laser-material interactions for physical phenomena involved behind morphological, microstructural and chemical transitions in materials under non- or near-non-equilibrium thermodynamic and kinetic conditions, with a focus on the development of computational models of these transitions.


1 INTRODUCTION TO ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING 1.1 Manufacturing Techniques 1.2 What is Additive Manufacturing (AM)? 1.3 Laser-based Additive Manufacturing (LAM)? 1.4 Advantages of AM over Conventional Manufacturing 1.5 Current Challenges Associated with AM 1.6 Importance of Computational Modeling in AM 1.7 References 2 COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE 2.1 Introduction to Computational Materials Science 2.2 Length- and Time-Scale in Materials Modeling 2.3 Current State of Computational Modeling in LAM 2.4 References 3 LASER-MATERIAL INTERACTION IN LAM 3.1 Conversion of Light Energy to Heat 3.2 Modes of Heat Dissipation 3.3 Dynamics of the Melt-Pool 3.4 References 4 MICROSTRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL ASPECTS IN LAM INTEGRATED WITH MODELING 4.1 Solidification 4.2 Microstructural Variation and its Prediction 4.3 Effects of Laser Parameters 4.4 Scanning Strategy and Texture Evolution in the Microstructure 4.5 Mechanical Properties 5 RESIDUAL STRESSES AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL DEFECTS IN LAM 5.1 Design of Precursors in LAM 5.2 Thermal Stress Modeling 5.3 Optimum Laser Parameters and Scanning Strategy Prediction by Modeling 5.4 References 6 SURFACE PHYSICAL TEXTURE IN LAM 6.1 Effect of Melt-Pool Dynamics on Surface Texture 6.2 Surface Physical Texture Variation in LAM 6.3 References